- Guess the meaning of the word by its definition (the word comes before the sentence).
- Think of the Russian translation for the word
- Read the sentence to check your guesses.
Man with two penises loses wifepersuade smb to do smth - to make someone decide to do something
A German who persuaded doctors to give him a second penis has lost his wife after he showed her the result.
mixture - a combination of two or more people, things, feelings, or ideas that are different
Biker Michael Gruber, 40, lost his original penis in a motorbike accident and doctors built him a second one using a mixture of skin, bone and other tissues from his own body.
to father - to make a woman have a child
The penis worked so well that he was even able to father a child with his wife Bianca, 25, and their son Etienne was born last year.
to be a success – to have a good result or effect
But Gruber was still not happy and asked doctors to repeat the operation and build him a better organ, to which they agreed.
However, before removing the first penis doctors said they needed to make sure the new tissue transplant was a success, and had to leave the first penis in place.
to supply - to provide
Dr Markus Kuentscher, a plastic surgeon at Berlin's Accident Hospital, said: "We left the old one attached until the new one is properly supplied with blood."
But when Gruber showed his wife his double penis, she went home, packed her bags and left.
intact - not broken, damaged, or spoiled, usually after something bad has happened
From his hospital bed he said: "I've got two penises but no wife, but I am hoping when I get rid of one of the penises I will get her back."
His testicles are intact and will be connected to what is actually his third penis.
feature - to show a particular person or thing in a film, magazine, show
His story was this week featured on a German TV documentary called The Last Penis Operation.
Запомню назло всемГлагол provide:
Someone can provide something but they cannot 'provide someone'
• Will they provide a car?
You can say that you
provide someone with
something or provide something for someone
• He provided me with everything (NOT provided me everything) I needed.
• They did not provide enough paper for everyone (NOT to everyone).
To provide for someone means to support them by giving them the things they need to live • She has to provide for her four children (NOT provide her four children).